The dramatic photos shared by celebrities of the fires in Brazil weren’t what they appeared to be The increase in fires burning in Brazil set off a storm of international outrage last week. Celebrities,
Porto Velho, Brazil (CNN) — The smoke is so thick, at times the Cessna airplane had to climb to stay out of it. At times your eyes burn and you close the air vents to keep the cabin habitable. Sometimes
PORTO VELHO, Brazil (AP) — Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has insulted adversaries and allies, disparaged women, blacks and homosexuals, and even praised his country's 1964-1985 dictatorship. Yet has
As the world turns its attention to the fires in Brazil’s Amazon, wild fires are wreaking havoc on neighbouring Bolivia. Intense blazes have burned unabated across vast swathes of hilly tropical forest
An Old Tweet From Jeff Bezos Just Resurfaced--and It May Inspire Him to Help Save the Amazon Rain Forest
Just over two years ago, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos sent an interesting request to hundreds of thousands of followers on Twitter: He asked for ideas as to where he should donate part of his fortune.
We will never save the rainforest until a living tree is worth more to Brazil than an incinerated one
The G7 should not make room for the crisis in the Amazon, it should be clearing the agenda for nothing else. Without rainforest we wouldn’t even have economies to launch trade wars. The attention that
"If the forest is gone, people will also end," says Ajareaty Waiapi, a female chief and grandmother working to preserve her community — and the planet's lungs. AMAPÁ, Brazil — Ajareaty Waiapi is the oldest
Amongst the many celebrities lending their voice to awareness about the devastating Amazon Fires is Leonardo DiCaprio. The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood actor and outspoken environmentalist may have mistakenly
This tree-planting search engine saw a 1150% increase in downloads after the Amazon rainforest fires
Ecosia, an eco-friendly rival to Google, saw a 1150% increase in daily downloads in one day for its search app and browser extension thanks to rising public concern around the blazes in the Amazon rainforest.
(CNN) — Brazil's Amazon rainforest is burning, with more than one-and-a-half soccer fields worth of rainforest destroyed every minute of every day, according to the country's space research center. While
Leaders who attended the G-7 summit are close to an agreement to provide technical and financial help to combat massive fires that have swept through the Amazon rainforest, according to French President